The Business Case for Coaching - Return on the Investment
The International Coach Federation (ICF) defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. Of all clients who have engaged a coach,
99% report satisfaction with the coaching experience,
70% report improved work performance,
80% report increased self confidence,
68%individuals report financial return on investment,
80% companies report financial return on investment.
A limited number of speed coaching session are available for your business in May 2015. To inquire, contact one of the 2015 participating coaches listed here.
Sponsor in-house workshops, gain a fresh, business-world perspective from talented Ann Arbor area coaches during INTERNATIONAL COACHING WEEK2015, supported by the International Coaching Federation and your local Coach Café organizations.
Pictured left to right: Vicki, Daryl, Glenda, Deborah, Nadine Henry (new 2015 Coach Café lead), Heidi, Debbie, Deborah Nystrom (2011-2015 outgoing Coach Café lead ), and Bruce - 2013 Coach Café
International Coaching Week History
International Coaching Week (ICW) is a global celebration of the coaching profession held annually. During thisextended commemoration, coaches around the world offer a variety of activities and pro bono services in their local communities to share what coaching has the ability to do.
History: In 2013, our local chapter, Coaches Café Ann Arbor, offered our first International Coaching WeeK events. We offered Career, Leadership, Life and Writing Coaching and Speed Coaching at several locations in the area, free of charge to demonstrate what coaching is all about.
Reasons to work with a Coach
Deb Nystrom, Glenda Haskell, Heidi Weiss, Geri Markel, Deborah Campbell, Diana Wong
The International Coach Federation states that there are many reasons that an individual or a team might choose to work with a coach:
> There is something at stake - a challenge, new goal or opportunity, and it is urgent, compelling or exciting or all of the above;
> There is a gap in knowledge, skills, confidence, or resources;
> There is a desire to accelerate results;
> There is a lack of clarity, and
> There are choices to be made.
Individuals who engage in a coaching relationship can expect to experience: • fresh perspectives on personal challenges and opportunities, • enhanced thinking and decision-making skills, • enhanced interpersonal effectiveness, and • increased confidence in carrying out their chosen work and life roles.
Are you a Professional Coach in Southeast Michigan?
You may want to join us for coach development discussions We meet on the third Fridays of the month Contact person, Nadine Henry, ICF Michigan board member Find out more via ICF Michigan here